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Eating Disorders: 5 Warning Signs

Eating Disorders: 5 Warning Signs

Whether or not you realize it, there’s a good chance you know someone who has an eating disorder. People who develop them often experience anxiety, low self-esteem and a level of perfectionism that makes them very hard on themselves. UR Medicine eating disorder expert Mary Tantillo explains some warning signs and what to do if you spot them in someone you love.  

5 Steps to a Healthier New Year

5 Steps to a Healthier New Year

A new year offers a fresh start for committing to take good care of our health. UR Medicine experts share some simple tips for a healthier, happier year.

Tips for Tackling Tiredness

Tips for Tackling Tiredness

Fatigue is a common problem for many people and a common reason for seeing a doctor. UR Medicine Primary Care’s Dr. Laura Gift shares tactics for tackling five common energy-sapping culprits.

Fitness Trackers: Trend or Tool

Fitness Trackers: Trend or Tool

Move over, wristwatch, there’s a new accessory in town and it’s sleek, functional and wildly popular. Wearable fitness devices are strapped around the wrists of people everywhere, tracking their every move. We asked UR Medicine family physician Dr. Michael Mendoza if they’re a trend, a status symbol, or a useful wellness tool.

No Pulling Their Legs: PTs Know If You’re Doing Your Homework

No Pulling Their Legs: PTs Know If You’re Doing Your Homework

If you’ve had physical therapy, you know what’s expected: You come to appointments and exercise to improve what ails you. And you leave with homework: at-home activities aimed at helping you progress. So, will your PT know if you’ve slacked off? Don’t try to pull your therapist’s leg, says UR Medicine's Corinne Keller.